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Power of Pussy and Sister Goddess Activism — Episode 101

#101 — The Power of Pussy and Sister Goddess Activism ** December 28, 2016 Guest // Laura Brayton, DC ** Host // Louise Kuo Habakus We’re ending 2016 with a bang and kicking off the new year with a gift to our sisterhood of women (and the men who love us). it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours, the full responsibility and embodiment of
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Say My Name (Not My Title): Understanding Each Other

by Louise Kuo Habakus Can we bear to listen to the talking heads? It’s one credentialed, decorated, famous, uniformed, partisan, affiliated, (en)titled, expert-hired gun-spokesperson-representative talking at another, without even lip service paid to a show of respect or understanding. This is mirrored in our worlds, too. How many people glared at each other across Thanksgiving tables, muttering that it’s best to just talk about something
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Emotional Competence for Children’s Mental Health

by Louise Kuo Habakus If your child is a chatty Cathy or Charles, this post may not be for you. But some of us have kids who may not be (appropriately) expressive for a variety of reasons. These could include personality or disposition; language or developmental delays; and emotional issues or traumas. Whether she is placid, stoic, disengaged, or agitated, it would be a mistake to assume
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Dance with the Dark: An Ayahuasca Experience

Editor’s note: “Rising consciousness is going to get us out of this mess.” Maybe you’ve heard this. I happen to believe it is true. But what exactly does it mean? Whether ascending or emerging, universal or self, what is this thing called consciousness anyway? Is it a kind of awareness or sentience… a way of thinking… a brain state… an experience in a higher realm? Is this
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Be a Vaccine Safety Superhero

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest This article is copyrighted by Fearless Parent™ 2016 by Louise Kuo Habakus Oh yeah, there are rumblings. Bone shaking and deafening. Are the gods bowling or is the suppression of truth no longer able to be neatly contained in an etherized, sound bite world? Who needs Batman v Superman? The Dawn of Justice is right
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Wisdom of Our Ancestors on Drugs & Disease

by Louise Kuo Habakus We discover truth by building on previous discoveries. This deceptively simple statement is profound. When we become mired in hardened squabbles with various personal and professional contemporaries, and despair that we have gone astray, all is not lost. We can return to the wisdom of our ancestors, the great ones who have come before us, whose teachings have stood the test
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A Mother’s Prayer — What to Do When It’s Really Hard

by Louise Kuo Habakus Do you have a sick child? Perhaps she’s chronically ill or suffers from pain or a disability that requires tremendous courage to make it through the day. Maybe he has a condition that’s rare or incurable or mysterious, and modern medicine comes up shockingly short. What’s a mom to do? The most heroic people I know are parents, and especially
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Happy Winter Solstice

by Louise Kuo Habakus The Winter Solstice takes place in the northern hemisphere on Tuesday, December 22, 2016 at 8:04 Greenwich Mean Time, which is 3:40 pm U.S. Eastern Time. It marks the longest night of the year, when the Earth is tilting farthest from the sun, and ushers in a new year and the time of growing light. Kelly Brogan, Cornelia Mazzan, Lea
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Health Lessons From Hollywood — Episode 93

#93 – Health Lessons From Hollywood ** December 9, 2015 Guest // Suzanne Somers ** Host // Kelly Brogan, MD Yes, we want to be healthy. Once we stop nodding at the basic platitudes — sound sleep, regular exercise, smart nutrition —  however, we’re left wrestling with the brutal realities of living in the real world: It’s hard to be healthy. I’m not smart enough to reconcile so
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What is Happiness?

by Kelly Brogan, MD As a psychiatrist, one might assume that I have professional insights into the healthful pursuit of this illusory goal. The truth is that mental health in America (and by insidious extension, the world) is about suppressing inconvenient, inappropriate, and decontextualized symptoms of distress rather than promoting a state of contentment and emotional satisfaction. For my patients, happiness looks a lot
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